Before we get to this week’s Ingredient Spotlight, I need to announce the winner of the giveaway for Ingredient Spotlight: Cream Cheese. And the winner is Janice C.! Congratulations to Janice and thanks to PHILADELPHIA Cooking Creme for sponsoring the giveaway!
I did not grow up in a house where we ate fish or shrimp, except for the occasional can of tuna. Consequently, I don’t consider myself an expert at cooking seafood. And I like to keep the prep very easy, so I buy frozen fish fillets. They thaw quickly and are easy to use.
I should have added canned tuna and salmon and even anchovies to that photo above. All of those are good choices for fish, especially if you need a quick option.
Here are a few of my fish and shrimp recipes:
- 10 Ways to Cook Fish – No Recipe Required
- Tropical Tilapia with Pineapple Salsa and Coconut Rice
- Camarones con Arroz (Shrimp with Rice)
- Summer Tuna and Tomato Salad – a favorite lunch
- Asian Salmon on the Grill
Share your recipes! Link up any recipe that uses fish or shrimp. Feel free to link as many as you like. Be sure to link back to Eat at Home in your blog post. You can use the button below, if you like.
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We don’t cook a lot with fish. I’m looking forward to some new recipes!
Thanks for hosting, Tiffany!
Lisa @ Lisa's Dinnertime Dish says
Thanks for hosting! Have a great day!
I would like to cook and eat more fish, I don’t know where my fear comes from. I will try these.
Thank you so much for the party!!
I don’t have a recipe per se…just a method of putting any fish into a foil packet with any veggies we happen to have on hand. My husband puts beer in his packet. I put in olive oil and lemon juice. Add spices (Old Bay or Mrs. Dash both work great), put on the grill and presto! Delicious meal with no clean up!